saving

Just a few weeks ago I opened the floor up for discussion regarding short to mid term investing strategies. I didn’t really know where I should be putting our extra savings. I was thinking I could put some in the bank, some in bonds, some in stocks, and invest the rest in this guy… Many […]

If you’ve learned anything about me over the last 18 months, it’s that I love to make a plan. In fact, I’ve considered legally changing my name to Planny McPlannerson, but then realized I would probably get beat up for having such a dorky name. As much as I love setting up game-plans, I have […]

Random Note: I not really a big fan of calling Wife Ninja, Wife Ninja. I much preferred Girl Ninja (GN), and since this is my blog, and she is a girl, I’ve decided to reincarnate her title as Girl Ninja. I was talking with Girl Ninja’s uncle the other day about normal guy things (sports, […]

I can’t think of anything more gangster than saving a little money.  Seriously, who doesn’t want to save a little green? I sure as heck do, and that’s why I make sure my money is working hard for me. My favorite way of doing this? Shopping around, or as Snoop Dog would call it “Shop  […]

My boy Eric hooked me up with a guest post today. He has a finance degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver. He is currently a senior treasury analyst at a Fortune 500 company. He blogs about personal finance at Narrow Bridge and the Middle East at The […]

I love getting mail from PDITF readers. It makes me feel like I’m important, even though I’m really not. Well, it’s time we help another Debt Puncher out and share our two cents on his situation. His email says… I just paid off the first of my 9 (yes…credit+retail) cards. It’s a huge achievement. I’m […]

Prolonging the journey

September 12, 2010 · 31 comments

I’ve been in the personal finance game for a little over two years now and it’s been a ton of fun. Many of my goals, during this time, have ebbed and flowed (much like my mother’s love for me), but home ownership has always been an urgent necessity. It would validate my significance and success […]